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and they expect her to fully recover. she's stay under observations at new york's presbyterian hospital for the next 48 hours at least. doctors found the close during the checkup yesterday. an aide says it's linked to the concussion she suffered earlier this month. >>> well, we're counting down, but in many parts of the world right now, the new year has already been rung in. this is a live look at athens, greece -- >> as the clock struck midnight or 6:00 a.m. eastern time, fireworks erupted over auckland. >>> and to new york, the big apple always nose how to do it up right. folks are already picking out that spot to watch the ball drop. 1 million people are expected to cram the streets. >>> a more family-friendly way, you can head over to alexandria's first night celebration. darcy spencer is live in alexandria, where they're getting ready for a big night. good evening, darcy. >> angie, i think they did not have fireworks last year. do you remember that? >> i do. >> reporter: there were problems because of fire safety, so fireworks went away for a few years. they are back this year, but
and for the circle of people here at nbc in new york who were working around the clock on this. and the state department was doing its best to assist at our request but they basically were blind as we were. we had resources. but we did not hear from richard until our time, i guess about 5:30 or 6:00 last night which was the first word that he was all right and alive. but then they still had to travel across the boarder and wait important the first flight. it was hours and very tense waiting last night until we knew that they had crossed into turkey. >> it always seems that richard is fearless. he has never afraid to go right into these hotspots. we have seen him live, whether it is the arab spring, more recently in egypt. andrea, tell us about the context that he's able to provide, being in the middle of it all. >> you have to know something about our friend and colleague. he was -- self-taught, self-motivated without being hired. he went to cairo as a student, learned arabic, went to iraq, and before the first gulf war, hired himself out. you know, to -- before the gulf war, i should say, hi
in hagerstown, maryland. 28 in wilkes-barre. there is the front, a long front from eastern new york this morning right through our area and down into eastern tennessee. bringing some rain. most of which was down to the south. areas of southern maryland, and down through southeastern virginia. off the coast right now of virginia, with very little rain left. as a matter of fact, high pressure's moved in and we've got a clear sky. the numbers tell the story. we're at 46 degrees gaithersburg. warmest part of the day at 5:00 a.m. 59 in raleigh with temperatures dropping. look at the 30s up to the north. western new york and pennsylvania, and around michigan, already in the 30s. that's where the cool and cold air is. it's going to settle in on us tonight and throughout the day tomorrow. in fact, we're going to be a couple of degrees below average. so for tomorrow morning, coats back on, folks. and button them up, too. we'll start out in the 20s and low to mid-30s across the area. after a chilly, dry evening, feeling like december tomorrow. and then light showers with that next front coming in. and mor
's father. he was later found after taking his own life in new york. >>> now to a developing story in prince william county, virginia. police have just released the name and picture of a man wanted to a braising carjacking in manassas. they're looking for antoine mcgifr. the suspects stole their car along with the victim's rent money and his tab lett computer. there's a $1,000 reward being offered in this case. the snub lanes of rockville pike are still closed this even after a serious accident involving six cars. 9 five people were taken to a local hospital for treatment. a 61-year-old man is being treated for life-threatening injuries. still no work on what caused that pileup. >>> now to the latest on the fiscal cliff talks tonight. a group of congressional leaders dropped a ball of their own today. theirs was a symbolic gesture. and released a disco ball. nothing to dance about tonight, but a meeting on the fiscal cliff just wrapped up at the white house. president obama and top congressional leaders were trying to come up with ways to avoid the tax hikes and spending cuts set to kick in
it was a safe place for their kids. they might work in new york, and travel an hour, hour and a half to get to work, but they wanted a safe place for their kids. >> tell me about the christmas tree. >> when we got out there friday, we hit the ground running, had to move along, but saturday we had some time to really reflaekt, and at that moment at the fire station, they sell christmas trees, so they had a bunch of them. someone from north carolina donated 26 -- took the big for 26 of the trees. they put them up and started decorating them with teddy bears. this would be heart at any time. that's the first time my heart went up in my throat, just seeing that. it was just a meaningful tribute, and to see the 26 trees representing the 26 victims, it was really heartwarming. >> good to have you back. nice job. >> thank you. >>> today christmas morning became a little more exciting for thousands of children in our area. earlier today nbc4 joined in to help open the angle tree program distribution center. by the bags full, parents picked up an estimated 40,000 of these bags and toys, sponsors mad
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